Evaluating real time finite temperature Feynman amplitudes

@inproceedings{Carrington1999EvaluatingRT,
  title={Evaluating real time finite temperature Feynman amplitudes},
  author={Margaret E. Carrington and Hou De-fu and A. Hachkowski and D. Pickering and J. C. Sowiak},
  year={1999}
}
  • Margaret E. Carrington, Hou De-fu, +2 authors J. C. Sowiak
  • Published 1999
  • Physics
  • We construct a program to calculate Feynman amplitudes at finite temperature in the real time Keldysh formalism using the symbolic manipulation program {\it Mathematica}. As an example, the usefulness of this program is demonstrated by proving the finite temperature Ward identity for QED in a second order effective theory. 

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